Slow Cooker Yapchik

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  • Cooking and Prep: 8 h
  • Serves: 6
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Ingredients (9)

Slow Cooker Yapchik

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Prepare Slow Cooker Yapchik

  1. Using the S blade, fully process the onion.

  2. Peel and grate potatoes.

  3. Whisk the eggs well in a bowl.

  4. Place your raw meat and marrow bones into the slow cooker.

  5. Add the oil, salt, pepper and whisked eggs into the grated potatoes and mix well. Pour over the raw meat.

  6. Add the sliced beef fry on top for flavor. Sprinkle some black pepper on top.

  7. Cover and let it cook on low overnight.



  • ms

    We had two bachurim for sukkos who said it was the best yapchik they ever had! Now that’s a compliment! I left out the marrow bones, because I didn’t want to make another trip to the store and it was still delicious! Thank you Yussi Weisz for the Simchas yom tov!
    Posted by mschwartz7 |2022-11-04 13:36:55
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  • ms

    Posted by mschwartz7 |2022-11-04 13:35:38
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  • Chaya Feigenson

    I prepared it for shabbos & everyone loved it! It’s a nice change from the traditional tshulent.
    Posted by Brina |2022-10-19 20:37:57
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  • Philippa

    ok to cook a full 24 hrs in the slow cooker? imakeit Friday lunctin
    Posted by Phil |October 13, 2022
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    D. Schiff
    DEFINITELY. Yapchik is the type of dish- the longer it cooks the better
    Posted by D. Scchiff|October 13, 2022
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  • Jessica

    Posted by Jbat |2022-10-11 21:37:29
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  • Jessica

    Delicious. Perfect for a chilly first day lunch in the sukkah with friends and family.
    Posted by Jbat |2022-10-11 21:39:03
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  • Nachman genuth

    it was delicious
    Posted by Nachi |2022-10-11 12:10:48
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  • Shifra Schonfeld

    Posted by Shifschon |2022-10-08 21:54:25
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  • ms

    We had two bachurim for sukkos who said it was the best yapchik they ever had! Now that’s a compliment! I left out the marrow bones, because I didn’t want to make another trip to the store and it was still delicious! Thank you Yussi Weisz for the Simchas yom tov!
    Posted by mschwartz7 |2022-11-04 13:36:55
    Replies:
    0
    0
  • Chaya Feigenson

    I prepared it for shabbos & everyone loved it! It’s a nice change from the traditional tshulent.
    Posted by Brina |2022-10-19 20:37:57
    Replies:
    0
    0
  • Jessica

    Delicious. Perfect for a chilly first day lunch in the sukkah with friends and family.
    Posted by Jbat |2022-10-11 21:39:03
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    0
  • Nachman genuth

    it was delicious
    Posted by Nachi |2022-10-11 12:10:48
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  • Philippa

    ok to cook a full 24 hrs in the slow cooker? imakeit Friday lunctin
    Posted by Phil |October 13, 2022
    Replies:
    D. Schiff
    DEFINITELY. Yapchik is the type of dish- the longer it cooks the better
    Posted by D. Scchiff|October 13, 2022
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    1
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